What am I doing wrong here? I am attempting to generate a new array of populations into percentages

//*** Arrays

const populations = [365000000, 7000000, 145000000, 81000000];

// if (populations.length === 4) {

//     console.log(true)

// } else {

//     console.log(false)

// }

const percentageOfWorld = (...populations) => {

    for (let element of populations) {

        return element / 7900000000 * 100;

    }

}

const percentages = percentageOfWorld(...populations);

console.log(percentages.toFixed(2))

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